It's been a long time since the last Insider build of Windows 10 Mobile for phones, and enthusiasts have been clamoring for a new build. Today we get it.
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At its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote this morning, Apple announced updates to all three of its major mobile platforms: Mac OS X, iOS and watchOS.
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Continuing its bid to own mobile productivity, Microsoft today announced that it is acquiring 6Wunderkinder, makers of the to-do list app Wunderlist.
Microsoft is releasing software updates for the newly-released Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL handsets, adding Voice over LTE support and other new features.
Microsoft hasn't announced this yet, but it is apparently rebranding Skype Wi-Fi as Microsoft Wi-Fi and adding a business version of the service.
Apple Watch delivers the quality we expect from Apple, but it is weighted down by confusing new user interfaces and an overly-expensive price tag.
Looking at this week's Google I/O announcements, it's hard to miss the ways in which Google is undercutting Microsoft's mobile efforts.
During the opening keynote address at Google I/O on Thursday, Google provided an update on its wearable platform, Android Wear. The firm is positioning Android Wear alongside other Android-based technologies as part of its strategy of going “beyond mobile for a multi-screen world.” The search giant introduced Android Wear in early 2014, and announced that […]
At its Google I/O 2015 keynote address on Wednesday, Google announced a preview release of the next version of Android, the dominant mobile platform. It's called Android M.
Almost two months after shipping the first preview version of Office Lens for Android—or as the software giant now calls it, Office Lens Android—Microsoft has taken the app out of preview. Microsoft says that over 130,000 Google+ community previewers and over 70,000 downloads later, it’s ready for prime time. Office Lens Android was the only […]
Microsoft announced today that 20 new hardware partners—including heavyweights like LG and Sony—will pre-install Microsoft apps and services on their Android tablets. The announcement follows a similar announcement from March, when Samsung, Dell, and others signed on with Microsoft. “Microsoft is continuing to support customers and enabling experiences across devices,” a Microsoft representative told me. […]